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________ is a form of warehousing in which smaller outgoing shipments are created from large incoming shipments.Cross-dockingAssortment inventory3PLSpot warehousingOne form of warehousing that features light manufacturing and packaging duties and allows firms to put off final assembly or packaging until the last possible moment is:Which of these is NOT a logistics activity?Is this a multi-modal truck back?1
Hub and spoke systems are characterized by"spokes" that are represented by the sites that receive the goods."hubs" that hold inventory until the appropriate season or upswing in demand.inventory locations that are close to producers, not customers.warehouses that are used as sorting facilities.The landed cost is the sum of all of the logistics activities from packaging at the producer's site through transportation, handling, customs, and any other logistics fees to the point of sale.This transportation mode is often the most expensive on a per pound basis.A cross-docking operation that receives goods from a single source or manufacturer is often referred to as:A company interested in consistently achieving a high level of on-time delivery would be best served by the highway or air modalities of transportation.2
TrueFalseThe perfect order measures how effectively logistics serves the customer while the landed cost measures how efficiently logistics provides that service. It looked like a scene right out of the Transformers series, albeit in a far more functional format. With the push of a button the rail car's wheels folded up into the body of the car and wheels suitable for highway transportation appeared out of nowhere. This is called a:The most detailed level of logistics information systems is the:Cross-docking is essentially the reverse flow from consolidation warehousing.TrueFalse